Mobius Asset Management

The X-Ceed Trading Program selects and trades from a list of over 25 major commodities and futures contracts including financial, metals, softs, grains and energies. Trades are selected by the manager, John McLane, based on his experience. Usually no more than 10 different commodities will be traded at a time. Trading decisions are a combination of technical indicators, various time periods, money management principles and the overall experience of the manager.

John McLane views risk management as important as returns. In order to maintain appropriate levels of risk and account volatility, the trading manager monitors the portfolio continuously throughout the course of each trading day. There is an attempt to anticipate sources of risk for each commodity and trade. Specific modeling tools are adapted to minimize risk and there are stop losses on every trade. Various profit objectives are used, depending on the commodity and the market in general. The trade itself is not necessarily so important, but making money is basic and the predominant goal.  Be advised that the use of stop loss orders may not protect profits, and may not limit losses to the amount intended.  Certain market conditions may make it difficult or impossible to execute such orders.

Mobius Asset Management, Inc. is an Arizona Corporation formed in June 1996. Mobius Asset Management, Inc. became registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor (“CTA”) with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) and a member of the National Futures Association (“NFA”) on April 1997.


Strategy: Trend / Counter Trend

Style: Systematic

Sectors: Energy, metals, financials, grains and others

Minimum Investment: $150,000 or $75,000 cash notionally funded as $150,000

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Please be advised that trading futures and options involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. There are no guarantees of profit no matter who is managing your money. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.